Early Atomic Era Artifacts for Sale

Radiassay Uranium Comparative Analysis Set

Description: Rare analysis kit used by miners in the 1950’s to grade the purity of their Uranium ore. The kit has seven standard ore samples with a steel mortar and pestle in a fitted case with a wooden base. Each of the seven 5.5cm x 2 cm vials are full and unopened. The vials are labelled 2%, 1.5%, 1%, .75%, .5%, .3% and .1% corresponding to the amount of Uranium in each sample. The two empty vials were used by the miners to hold their own crushed samples which were compared to the calibration vials. 

Surface Radioactivity: The radioactivity of the 2% vial is 2500 CPM and the remainder show a corresponding decrease in activity, according to their percentage purity.

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Hammer Laboratories Carnotite Standard

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Description: Extraordinarily rare Carnotite Standard from Hammer Laboratories in Denver Colorado. The tin, which seems to have never been opened, contains the Carnotite U3O8 reference standard and is also labelled with Radium content. The tin is about 2 inches in diameter and 1 5/8 inches thick. It weighs 43 grams

Surface Radioactivity: The radioactivity of the tin at the surface (unopened) is 20,000 CPM and 7 mR/hr.

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United Nuclear Corporation Silver Recovery

Description: Rare are unusual slab of silver that was part of the United Nuclear Corporation “Silver Recovery Naval Products Division” dated 1978. Research that we’ve done on this suggests that it was part of a program to recover silver from nuclear reactors. 

Size: 2.5 “ cube of Lucite with the silver embedded in the center of the cube. 

Surface Radioactivity: Background.

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Commemorative Coin from Project Gasbuggy Underground Nuclear Test Site

Commemorative Coin from Project Gasbuggy Underground Nuclear Test Site

Description: Rare are unique coin that was at the blast site during the Project Gasbuggy underground nuclear test. This was an attempt at “nuclear tracking” which did release natural gas however it was too radioactive to use. As noted on the backside of the coin, the test took place on December 10, 1967. The coin is reportedly discolored due to the blast itself. A few of these coins were located at the site, and then after the blast encased in lucite. This cube reads background levels of radiation.  Some of the coins were in fact bent, and the discoloration is apparently due to the effects of the blast itself. Here is a link on Youtube to Project Gasbubby: Project Gasbuggy

Size: 2.5 “ (6 x 6 x 6 cm) cube of Lucite with the coin embedded in the center of the cube.

Surface Radioactivity: About 125 - 150 CPM.

Price: $800 Shipping: $15



Wedgewood Bone China Box Made With Depleted Uranium Pigments for UK Atomic Energy Authority

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Wedgewood Bone China Box Made With Depleted Uranium Pigments for UK Atomic Energy Authority

Description: Incredibly rare Wedgwood bone china presentation box made wit Depleted Uranium pigments for the UK Atomic Energy Authority. Note the atomic imagery - electron orbits, the splitting atom, etc. A true one-of-a-kind! The box measures 3.5" x 5” and is about 1” deep. The box is in perfect condition. 

Surface Radioactivity: The radioactivity of this box is close to background.

Price: $500 Shipping: $15


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